The Peninsula Bangkok


peninsula bangkok 2

The Peninsula Bangkok is a luxury hotel located at the end of the Charoennakon Road directly beside the Chao Phraya River. The hotel is part of The Peninsula Hotels Group based in Hong Kong. The Hotel has won numerous awards for luxury including Asia’s number one city hotel and the best hotel in Bangkok.[1] Due to the hotels W shaped structure, there is a view of the river from everyone of its 370 rooms.

Travel in true style during your stay with The Peninsula Bangkok’s enticing selection of transport options, from an elegant customised fleet of Rolls-Royce Silver Spur, BMW 7 Series or a helicopter from the hotel’s private helipad. Guests can also explore the city Thai style via The Peninsula Bangkok’s customised three-wheel tuk-tuk or on one of four beautifully restored rice barges that ferry across the river from the Peninsula Pier Lounge to the Skytrain Station.

The Peninsula Academy at The Peninsula Bangkok has a fascinating range of programmes exclusively designed to give guests unique and unprecedented access to historical, cultural and local lifestyle experiences. From a one-on-one Muay Thai class on the banks of the Chao Phraya River to exotic cooking classes, explore Bangkok as never before with the style, elegance and sophistication that only The Peninsula can offer.

The Peninsula Bangkok’s “Peninsula Moments” film shows The City of Angels from one of the hotel’s beautifully restored rice barges as it floats past the majestic temples on the River of Kings, before switching to the hotel’s traditional three-wheeled tuk-tuk as it zips past the historic Grand Palace. Then it’s back to the hotel for a Thai dinner at Thiptara, enchanting Loy Krathong celebrations and finally, glorious views over Bangkok from The Peninsula’s elegant Private Suite.

 Peninsula bangkok 3Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles, and The Peninsula is presenting a season of classic Thai delights to bring joy to the faces of guests at each hotel around the world. “Tastefully Thai” is a three-month showcase of the very best of Thai cuisine, culture, art and wellness that has been created to support the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s new global tourism promotion campaign, and to encourage leisure and business visitors to experience the unique charms of The Peninsula Bangkok.

First impressions of Thailand are often infused by its fragrant cuisine, and two of The Peninsula’s renowned Thai chefs are taking their well-travelled woks on a world tour. Chamnan Thepchana, Chef of Thai Cuisine at The Peninsula Bangkok, and Chef Anuwat “Nu” Morakotjantachote, Executive Sous Chef at The Peninsula Chicago, will visit each Peninsula hotel for one week to prepare contemporary interpretations of traditional Thai dishes.

Diners at each hotel can savour Chef Nu and Chef Chamnan’s personal takes on Thai recipes passed down across the centuries by royal palace cooks. Menu highlights include Kang Keaw Wan Gai (fresh chicken in green curry), made with Michelin-starred chefs’ favourite ingredient, organic French “Bresse” chicken, and Tom Yum Goong (spicy and sour soup with seafood and lemongrass), a signature soup enhanced by highly prized Brittany Blue lobsters.

Source = The Peninsula Bangkok
Pin It

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>